Campbell receives Community Cornerstone Award
CornerBank has announced Jane Campbell is the Community Cornerstone Award recipient for April. In recognition of her service, CornerBank will contribute $100 to the non-profit organization of Jane’s choice. She has selected South Central Kansas Medical Center to receive the contribution. A reception honoring Jane's service will be at 3:30 p.m., Thursday, April 28, in the CornerBank community room, 125 N. Summit. The public is invited to attend the reception.
One of Jane's proudest accomplishments is the development of the ECHO Project, which provides free hearing screenings for children age birth to five county-wide. Jane developed the program while working as an audiologist and the program continues even though she is no longer working in that field.
Jane currently serves on the advisory council of REACH Preschool Developmental Center. She has served on the City of Arkansas City Human Relations Commission, the advisory board of Parents as Teachers, the USD 470 Section 504 Audit Task Force, PrairieFest Art and Music Festival, of which she was festival chair, and the Board of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). She is a member of First United Methodist Church and of PEO Chapter GH.
Jane is the director of quality and risk management at South Central Kansas Medical Center, a position she has held since September 2009. She previously was the director of audiology at William Newton Memorial Hospital in Winfield. During her tenure there, she developed a newborn hearing screening program, coordinated the hospital's speakers' bureau, served on the adjunct faculty at Wichita State University and as a consultant for REACH Preschool and Winfield State Hospital and Training Center. She has authored numerous publications and presentations in the health care field.
Jane earned a B.A. in Education from Wichita State University, an M.A. in Communication Disorders and Sciences from Wichita State University and a Master of Healthcare Leadership (MHCL) from Friends University. She is a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and the Kansas Hearing Society.
In 2009, she was named Outstanding Mentor for the Wichita State University Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Additional honors include 2004 Volunteer of the Year for the Arkansas City Area Arts Council, the 2005 Director's Award for the Arts Council and the 2009 Outstanding Student in the Friends University MHCL Program.
Jane is married to J.K. Campbell. They have two children, Rachel Swanson and her husband, Ed, who live in Oxford; and Max Campbell, who attends Oklahoma State University. They have three grandchildren: Lincoln, Georgia and Brigham. She loves to read, cook and spend time with her grandchildren, as well as being an avid University of Kansas basketball fan.
Jane was selected for the award by the Community Cornerstone Award selection committee, which includes Arleta Rice, Judy Reedy, Karl Faidley, Curt Freeland and Brenda Combs. All are previous recipients of the Cornerstone Award. Volunteers are the cornerstones of healthy communities. They’re on your corner – the people next door. They’re in your corner – helping make our community stronger. The Community Cornerstone Award recognizes the time and effort of volunteers dedicated to serving people and enhancing the quality of life in Cowley County. If you know of a Cowley County resident who has shown servant leadership in community service, contact Joyce McArtor at 442-6500 or firstname.lastname@example.org for nomination guidelines.
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